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07/01/2005 June 2005 Community Policing News  

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Portland Police News Community Policing News
05/27/2005 May 2005 Community Policing News  

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Portland Police News Community Policing News
04/27/2005 April 2005 Community Policing News  

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Portland Police News April 2005 Community Policing News
03/29/2005 March 2005 Community Policing News  

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Portland Police News
02/10/2005 Community Policing News  

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Portland Police News February Addition
01/26/2005 Community Policing News  

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Portland Police News January Issue
12/17/2004 Community Policing News Debuts  

On Friday, December 17, 2004, the Portland Police Bureau began published Community Policing News, an electronic newsletter for community members.*-..
Portland Police News
10/24/2014 Search Warrant by Central Precinct Officers Leads to Seizure of Suspected Stolen Property (Photo)

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News Releases FLASHNEWS79104
10/24/2014 UPDATE #2: Major Crash Team Investigating Serious Injury Crash at Southeast 80th & Ash

The 63-year-old woman killed in a traffic crash on Tuesday has been identified as Flora Denby Novarra of Tualatin, Oregon.

The case remains under investigation and, once completed, will be forwarded to the Multnomah County District Attorney's Office for review.

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The 63-year-old woman transported after this crash died at a Portland hospital on Tuesday evening.*-..
News Releases FLASHNEWS78983
10/23/2014 Crime Stoppers Featured Case #14-42 Tripwire Device (Photo)

The Portland Police Bureau, in cooperation with Crime Stoppers of Oregon, is asking for the public's help to identify the suspect who placed a tripwire device near Forest Park.

On Saturday October 18, 2014, at approximately 5:00 p.m., the Metropolitan Explosives Disposal Unit (MEDU) responded to the report of a tripwire device on a trail from the 4000 block of Northwest Thunder Crest Drive into Forest Park.*-..
News Releases FLASHNEWS79054
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